What do you think of when you hear the word ‘accountability’? Do you think about ‘being held accountable for something’ in its negative connotation? What about 'accountability partners'? Is it possible there is a better way to think and live accountability? Our next guest passionately embraces the tenet that values are what a relationship is built upon and that is what drives accountability. Join Host, Mike Domitrz as he welcomes Author, Speaker, Consultant, and his personal confidante, Sam Silverstein to the podcast. Sam redefines accountability as a spiritual, values-based principle and describes the importance of understanding your non-negotiables so you can align with people who share similar values.
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[2:38] How does accountability fit in line with mindfulness?
[5:19] Old-school accountability versus spiritual accountability, what’s the difference?
[13:56] Living your values.
[19:29] Aligning with those who share similar values.
[24:24] Understanding what is non-negotiable; Sam describes his book.
[28:00] The greatest misconception about accountability.
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Sam Silverstein is dedicated to empowering people to live accountable lives, transform the way they do business, and create a more accountable world. He helps companies create an organizational culture that prioritizes and inspires accountability. As a former executive and owner, Sam’s manufacturing and distribution companies sold over $100 million in products and services. He successfully sold one of his businesses to a Fortune 500 company. Today, Sam writes, speaks and consults with such companies, inspiring and challenging their people to think differently to achieve a better result.
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"Accountability is that I believe in something so much that no one needs to hold me accountable."@mindfulnessshow
“Values are what a relationship is built upon and that is what drives accountability.” @samsilverstein
“If you are not living your values they are not your values.” @samsilverstein